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Baxter holds his feet a lot, I guess when he is cold :)(submitted by 1-800-mermaids)

Baxter holds his feet a lot, I guess when he is cold :)
(submitted by 1-800-mermaids)

elzohan:

A guy brought his baby lemur with him in the store lol. It was squeaking and making noises. Cutest thing evarrr!

Conflicted!

elzohan:

A guy brought his baby lemur with him in the store lol. It was squeaking and making noises. Cutest thing evarrr!

Conflicted!

estomago:

With the growing wealth of China, many rich Chinese women are seeking  alternative and exotic pets to show off their money.  This has lead to a  number of Chinese medical and scientific research companies to compete  for this new income source by producing cross breed animals.  The most  successful (financially) so far has been the Lemur Cat.  It is (as the  name suggests) a cross between a lemur and a cat.  It retains the soft  fur of the cat and the coloring, but has the striped tail and yellow  eyes commonly found on a lemur.  It is more ferocious than the average  cat but it is generally no more dangerous than a Chihuahua dog. The  scientific name for this new breed is Prolos Fira.

Not legitimate, of course, but still entertaining. :)

estomago:

With the growing wealth of China, many rich Chinese women are seeking alternative and exotic pets to show off their money. This has lead to a number of Chinese medical and scientific research companies to compete for this new income source by producing cross breed animals. The most successful (financially) so far has been the Lemur Cat. It is (as the name suggests) a cross between a lemur and a cat. It retains the soft fur of the cat and the coloring, but has the striped tail and yellow eyes commonly found on a lemur. It is more ferocious than the average cat but it is generally no more dangerous than a Chihuahua dog. The scientific name for this new breed is Prolos Fira.

Not legitimate, of course, but still entertaining. :)